New regulations for composite materials for UK industry

A new report published by the UK’s University of Southampton calls for industry and government to work closely together to put an end to the constraints that currently inhibit the growth and use of composite materials in the marine, rail, oil and gas, and construction sectors.

According to Modernising composite materials regulations, the introduction of effective regulation in the use of composites in these, and other new, sectors could bring more than £4bn worth of benefit to the UK by 2030.

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